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The Lokri Opuntii were a subdivision of the Locrians, a tribe which inhabited the coastal area around Opous, on the eastern coast of Central Greece. Their western counterparts were called the Lokri Epicnemidii.

The Locrians are mentioned by Homer, who describes them as following Ajax, the son of Oïleus, to the Trojan War in forty ships, and as inhabiting the towns of Kynos, Opus, Calliarus, Besa, Scarphe, Augeiae, Tarphe, and Thronium. Neither Homer, Herodotus, Thucydides, nor Polybius, make any distinction between the Opuntii and Epicnemidii; and, during the flourishing period of Greek history, Opus was regarded as the chief town of the Eastern Locrians.

The most famous colony of the Locrian tribe was the city of Epizephyrian Locri, founded in the 7th century BC in Magna Græcia, which exists until today as Locri. According to Strabo the founders were the Ozolian Locrians, from the region of Amphissa.
Lokri Opuntii
Lokri Opuntii of Tribe

(1) Lokri Opuntii c. 340-330 BC
Obverse: Head of Persephone right wearing wreath of grain, single-pendant earring, and pearl necklace
Reverse: Ajax the Lesser (son of Oileus) nude but for crested Corinthian helmet advancing right in fighting attitude holding short sword and shield on left arm ornamented inside with coiled snake (control symbol), helmet crest below; OΠONTIΩN
Ref: SNG Cop.51, de Nanteuil 886, BCD Lo...